My hotel in London was across the street from Saint Paul’s … so I took some pictures
A photo tour of the London Eye which is located along the Thames river in London – rapidly turning into one of the top tourist destinations in the world. Not bad for is basically a bad ass ferris wheel…
With all the content floating around out there, what does it mean to have ownership of your creations? Can people “borrow” intellectual content or not…
I thought it would be very interesting to look at light fixture trends from the 2011 London Design Festival. Very colorful pendants that express the manfacturing process are front and center.
If you are an architect, should your desk look a particular way? A look at the desks of 15 different architects
This week I am leaving for London – a trip that I can credit to having this blog. I thought it might be interesting to pull the curtain back a bit and show you what happens on a trip like this one.
Planning and Zoning departments are not supposed to control material selections … they are supposed to control what sort of building type can go where and its physical relationship to surrounding properties.Since when did they get to start regulating what materials I can use?
Taking a good picture requires skill but it all begins with how a shot gets framed … and that takes creativity. A look at the amazing architectural photography of Matthew Carbone.
This is a Giant Leopard Moth … until Saturday night, not only had I never seen one before, I have never heard of one before … then I found one in my bathroom.
Considering that this book is a classic, I can’t say it spoke to me in any unique manner – but I did connect to it in a way that is still relevant to what I do as an architect.